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Key Sera Sera - 2009 Chestnut Mare
(Minion Millennium x Fascination Street)

This daughter of Minion Millennium out of a daughter of Bourbon Street is such a happy girl. "Sera" has an easy going personality and a wonderful work ethic, just like her daddy. On the books, "Sera" is a four yr. old, but her actual foaling date is May 13. This "baby girl" stands nearly 15.2 and is still growing. She is playful, sweet, and a real lover. If she were a dog, you could expect her to be curled up on the couch next to you or playing catch.

Key Sera Sera has had a very busy two years. For 2012 she was shown as a 3 year old in Western Pleasure Junior Horse, winning most of her classes. She returned to the show arena in 2013 continuing as a 4 year old in Western Pleasure Junior Horse. She won her qualifying class at NYS Breeder's and was then shown at New England, where she placed sixth in the qualifier and in the Championship.

Key Sera Sera is the GN 4yr. old Western Pl. Champion mare, also placing in the Top Ten WC 4 yr. old Western Pl. Class out of 16 entries at the 2013 World Championship.

Key Sera Sera took a third in the highly contested Morgan Hunter Pl Open Championship at Syracuse International Horse Show; June 25-28 2014. Rider; Lindsay Perry, Judge Fay Lowry. This was her second show as both Western Pl. and Hunter Pl. Watch her video below.

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JNP Total Eclipse - 2004 Black Mare
(Simply Maserati x L'Cima My Flaire Lady)

"Zora" is currently in training, preparing for her 2012 Show Season with her Junior Exhibitor rider, Karli, in the Junior Exhibitor - Hunter Pleasure division classes. JNP Total Eclipse was shown successfully during the 2011 Show Season in the Hunter Pleasure division in the Amateur, Novice, Maiden, Limit and Open classes. "Zora" did quite well in all of her classes, winning the Novice and Maiden classes that she had been entered. She also held her ground with mounts who have been shown in the Hunter Pleasure division for some time. It's hard to miss the beautiful black mare with the half-moon star, who has the stamina to out work just about every horse in a class.

In 2009, "Zora" was moved into the breeding shed to accommodate Creekside Morgans attaining one of the last contracts let to the public for six time World Champion, CCR's Outrajus Corajus. Sadly, on March 23, 2010, "Zora" gave birth to a perfectly formed, very large, still-born colt.

Key Memory - 2008 Chestnut Mare
(HVK Bell Flaire x Nanton's Marcia A)

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"Dallas" is bred royally, a daughter of HVK Bell Flaire, grand daughter of Noble Flaire, and Tedwin Topic, with a lineage tracing back to Waseeka's Nocturne, Waseeka's Command, Vigilmarch, and Trophy. Key Memory is proving to be a contender in the Competitive Trail/Endurance division. This mare is known as the "Everyready Bunny" in the barn, because she can go all day without tiring. Her greatest contribution, though, may be in the breeding shed. Shown only in the In-Hand divison, where she's won blue and tricolor ribbons, she is ridden by a Junior Exhibitor.

LPV Excalibur - 2001 Bay Gelding
(Aquarian Royal Comment x LPV Elegantly Supreme)

If you are looking for a horse that is easy to maintain and have around the barn, "Rocky" is you guy. LPV Excalibur is well suited to a game rider, who wants a sporty mount. "Rocky" enjoys his work and being worked.

LPV Excalibur has a solid show career maintaining top ribbons in multiple divisions: English Pleasure, Classic Pleasure, Junior Exhibitor, Pleasure Driving. He was named by Saddlehorse Report as one of the Top Ten Pleasure Driving horses in 2006 and 2007, and again in 2010 in the Junior Exhibitor - English Pleasure/Classic Pleasure division he was ranked 13th, quite an accomplishment when showing in two divisions. "Rocky" is equally happy on the trail, willingly takes the lead position or travels the trail as a solo horse. He is a good boy and a friendly chap who enjoys his human companions.

His pedigree speaks for itself, carrying Morgan royalty on both top and bottom. He is pretty, long-necked, and has a personality to match.

LPV Grand Design - 1998 Chestnut Gelding
(Saddleback Sirius x Niobrara Lady Trophy)

Smart, smart, smart, and capable of doing just about anything, except jumping. "Tony" has the ability to trot level with plates and can drop his head for the most elegant jog and teacup canter. He is trained to drive and enjoys doing so. Athletic and solidly built, LPV Grand Design is of old Morgan style.

"Tony" was born on the plains of Nebraska. The Morgan breed was known for its versatility, and easy keeping ways, LPV Grand Design exemplifies these charactieristics. He is a real character, too. "Tony" holds many Champion and Reserve Championship titles from the most competitive arenas, but his real love is the trail and playing with the kids. A kind and gentle guy, he is often cast as the baby sitter for weanlings and other horses.






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